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by liammccarthy

Contributor

Landon Cube

With a No Jumper interview and Cole Bennett music video under his belt at the age of 19, Maryland native Landon Cube is fully equipped with all the tools nessecary to become a household name.

His distinct vocals and unparalleled sound have contributed to hits like ‘Red Roses’ and ‘Beachtown,’ both of which radiate a hip-pop vibe that you won’t be able to find anywhere outside of his SoundCloud page. Along with his guitar and knack for infectious melodies, Landon Cube is taking aim at the top-spot as 2017 comes to a close.

Danger Incorporated

After inking a deal with Awful Records, Danger Incorporated dropped one of the best post-summer singles yet with ‘Ashley Olsen.’

The Atlanta duo composed of Louie Duffelbags and Boothlord is currently awaiting the 10/20 release of their debut LP ‘Birds Fly By Night,’ which we expect to feature more synth-heavy gold.

Gus Dapperton

Gus Dapperton‘s smooth, silky brand of pop music has been making serious waves in recent months, as the New York artist/producer has won the ears of music fans across the globe.

From his gentle voice to his knockout songwriting and production, Gus is without a doubt one of the best, most complete artists on the rise, and we very much look forward to more from him soon.

Omar Apollo

We introduced this Indiana crooner to our pages earlier this year shortly before he began playing show-after-show across the Midwest.

Between his natural charisma and unrivaled artistic vision, Omar is speeding down the road to success. With a guitar in-hand and goals in sight, there’s no telling where time will take Omar Apollo.

Superorganism

Eight-person band Superorganism is a new find for me, but has been getting a ton of play this week with their incredible song and video entitled “Something For Your M.I.N.D.” It’s a hella dope nature-centric visual that feels like taking a gaggle of psychedelic mushrooms with your best friends, and SO’s music acts as the perfect soundtrack.

Their soothing sound and style always translates for infectious records, and has us anxiously awaiting more (hopefully soon).